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From: Transcriptome profiling reveals that feeding wild zooplankton to larval Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) influences suites of genes involved in oxidation-reduction, mitosis, and selenium homeostasis

Fig. 2

Overview of microarray experimental design and results. a. Reference design microarray experiment. Arrows represent microarrays with the numbers of biological replicates shown next to the arrows. The base of the arrow shows the Cy3-labeled sample (i.e. common reference pool), and the arrowhead shows the Cy5-labeled sample (i.e. experimental sample). The numbers of differentially expressed (DE) features between RA-Zoo and the other 2 treatment groups (FDR < 0.05) are shown. b. Venn diagram identifying microarray features that were DE between RA-Zoo and both RA and RA-PH larvae at 9 mm stage. Of the 303 overlapping genes, 147 were up-regulated in RA-Zoo and 156 genes were down-regulated in RA-Zoo compared to the RA and RA-PH groups (Additional file 1: Table S1 and Additional file 2: Table S2, respectively). Selected genes from the 303 gene list were included in the QPCR study (Tables 1 and 2)

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